Soil Works: Correct the Cause featuring Glen Rabenberg
Soil Works, Correct the Cause Episode 1: Compaction

Soil Works, Correct the Cause Episode 1: Compaction

June 3, 2019

A brand new series from Acres U.S.A., the Voice of Eco-Agriculture!

Episode 1: Compaction (7:25)

Compaction is a common issue for all growers. Can you tell if you have a compaction problem with your soil? Learn more from soil expert Glen Rabenberg in this Soil Works episode focused on identifying and correcting the cause of soil compaction. It is always cheaper to correct the cause than react to the symptom. Questions include: How do I know I have compaction? What are the symptoms of compaction? How do I correct the cause?

Hosted by Ryan Slabaugh, publisher of Acres U.S.A.

Learn more at https://www.soilworks.com/.

Soil Works, Correct the Cause Episode 2: Fungal Disease

Soil Works, Correct the Cause Episode 2: Fungal Disease

June 17, 2019

Episode 2: Fungal Disease (7:28)

How can you prevent fungal diseases that will affect your crops and soil? Learn more from soil expert Glen Rabenberg in this Soil Works episode focused on correcting the cause to fungal disease pressure. It is always cheaper to correct the cause than react to the symptom. Questions include: Will a good crop rotation reduce fungal disease? Is there a certain growth phase more susceptible to fungal diseases? How do I correct the causes of fungal disease?

Hosted by Ryan Slabaugh, publisher of Acres U.S.A., the Voice of Eco-Agriculture.

Learn more at https://www.soilworks.com/.

Soil Works, Correct the Cause Episode 3: Tilling

Soil Works, Correct the Cause Episode 3: Tilling

June 17, 2019

Episode 3: Tilling (7:54)

To till, or not to till, that is one of the questions. Learn more from Glen Rabenberg in this Soil Works episode focused on correcting the cause of your tilling issues. It is always cheaper to correct the cause than react to the symptom. Questions include: Does tillage really kill microbes? Doesn’t no-till increase organic matter? What is the right answer, to till or not till?

Hosted by Ryan Slabaugh, publisher of Acres U.S.A., the Voice of Eco-Agriculture.

Learn more at https://www.soilworks.com/.

Soil Works, Correct the Cause Episode 4: Mineral Deficiencies

Soil Works, Correct the Cause Episode 4: Mineral Deficiencies

June 17, 2019

Episode 4: Mineral Deficiencies (9:17)

How do you know what minerals you need or have too much of? Learn more from Glen Rabenberg in this Soil Works episode about correcting the cause of mineral deficiency. It is always cheaper to correct the cause than react to the symptom. Questions include: My soil test shows excess minerals, so why do I have a deficiency on my sap test? What makes my soil minerals bio-available? Is there one key element that makes all minerals available? And if so, how do I get that in my soil?

Hosted by Ryan Slabaugh, publisher of Acres U.S.A., the Voice of Eco-Agriculture.

Learn more at https://www.soilworks.com/.

Soil Works, Correct the Cause Episode 5: Herbicide Resistance

Soil Works, Correct the Cause Episode 5: Herbicide Resistance

June 17, 2019

Episode 5: Herbicide Resistance (8:14)

How can you better manage weeds, and learn the good ones from the bad? Learn more from soil expert Glen Rabenberg in this Soil Works episode focused on correcting the cause of herbicide-resistant weeds. It is always cheaper to correct the cause than react to the symptom. Questions include: People tell me a weed just a plant growing out of place; what do you think? What is the problem a weed is trying to solve?

Hosted by Ryan Slabaugh, publisher of Acres U.S.A., the Voice of Eco-Agriculture

Learn more at https://www.soilworks.com/.

Soil Works, Correct the Cause Episode 6: Unhealthy Soil

Soil Works, Correct the Cause Episode 6: Unhealthy Soil

June 17, 2019

Episode 6: Unhealthy Soil (7:30)

Many farmers inherit or develop unhealthy soil, but how do you fix it? Learn more from soil expert Glen Rabenberg in this Soil Works episode focused on correcting the cause of unhealthy soil. It is always cheaper to correct the cause than react to the symptom. It is always cheaper to correct the cause than react to the symptom. Questions include: How do you define healthy? Will soil testing tell me if my soil is healthy? How do I correct the cause of unhealthy soil?

Hosted by Ryan Slabaugh, publisher of Acres U.S.A., the Voice of Eco-Agriculture

Learn more at https://www.soilworks.com/.

Soil Works, Correct the Cause Episode 7: Nitrogen Deficiencies

Soil Works, Correct the Cause Episode 7: Nitrogen Deficiencies

June 17, 2019

Episode 7: Nitrogen Deficiencies (8:36)

How much nitrogen do you really need to buy every year? Learn more from soil expert Glen Rabenberg in this Soil Works episode focused on correcting the cause of rising bills related to nitrogen inputs. It is always cheaper to correct the cause than react to the symptom. Questions include: Why is my N bill increasing? Does synthetic nitrogen decrease soil carbon? Isn’t the air full of nitrogen? Why can’t I utilize it?

Hosted by Ryan Slabaugh, publisher of Acres U.S.A., the Voice of Eco-Agriculture

Learn more at https://www.soilworks.com/.

Soil Works, Correct the Cause Episode 8: Biological Farming Problems

Soil Works, Correct the Cause Episode 8: Biological Farming Problems

June 17, 2019

Episode 8: Biological Farming Problems (7:21)

So you’re trying a biological program and it failed. Why? Learn more from soil expert Glen Rabenberg in this Soil Works episode focused on correcting the cause of biological programs that aren’t working the way they should. It is always cheaper to correct the cause than react to the symptom.

Hosted by Ryan Slabaugh, publisher of Acres U.S.A., the Voice of Eco-Agriculture

Learn more at https://www.soilworks.com/.

Soil Works, Correct the Cause Episode 9: Carbon

Soil Works, Correct the Cause Episode 9: Carbon

June 17, 2019

Episode 9: Carbon (7:49)

Why is carbon important to your plants and soil health? Learn more from soil expert Glen Rabenberg in this Soil Works episode focused on correcting the cause of imbalanced carbon:nitrogen ratios. It is always cheaper to correct the cause than react to the symptom. Questions include: Why is carbon important? And what should the carbon:nitrogen ratio be?

Hosted by Ryan Slabaugh, publisher of Acres U.S.A., the Voice of Eco-Agriculture

Learn more at https://www.soilworks.com/.

Soil Works, Correct the Cause Episode 10: Climate Change

Soil Works, Correct the Cause Episode 10: Climate Change

June 17, 2019

Episode 10: Climate Change (7:41)

In this episode, we are going to expand on that topic and talk about how you can help offset climate change with soil and carbon management techniques. It is always cheaper to correct the cause than react to the symptom. Questions include: What are you seeing as far as climate affects on farms? Can agricultural correct the cause of the climate crisis? If so, why isn’t it?

Hosted by Ryan Slabaugh, publisher of Acres U.S.A., the Voice of Eco-Agriculture

Learn more at https://www.soilworks.com/.